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Levels of fecal coliform (microbes from human and animal excreta) is above desirable limits in all points tested in the Yamuna in Delhi, except for

The Hindu Jul 26 2021 - 22:05

Threadlike filaments pressed in rock may be the remnants of archaea that burped methane near hydrothermal vents 3.42 billion years ago.

RealClearScience Jul 26 2021 - 22:00

The structure and chemistry of these ancient cell-like fossils may hint where Earth’s early inhabitants evolved and how they got their energy.

Science News Jul 26 2021 - 03:00

The mosquito Aedes aegypti is the primary vector of many disease-causing viruses, including dengue (DENV), Zika, chikungunya, and yellow fever.

Too Old to Operate Jul 25 2021 - 22:14

Microbes live everywhere, even in the open ocean.

Labroots Jul 25 2021 - 11:01

And would it be possible for such lifeforms to communicate with each other (non-human SETI)?

Space.com on MSN.com Jul 25 2021 - 04:58

What’s a hungry marine microbe to do when the pickings are slim?

SciTech Daily Jul 24 2021 - 09:29

It’s a product of Eunite (pronounced you-nite), the food division of Noblegen — the company that Adam Noble founded eight years ago as a teenager w

Peterborough Examiner Jul 23 2021 - 16:44

Microbes isolated from the stomachs of termites can decontaminate timber that's been treated with toxic preservatives, enabling it to be conve

New Scientist Jul 23 2021 - 13:27

Beneath 2,500 feet of ice at the South Pole, a 23-square-mile unfrozen lake flows in complete darkness under that immense mass of ice and snow.

Smithsonian Magazine Jul 23 2021 - 11:32

Scientists couldn’t find microbial life in soils from Antarctica, hinting at a limit for habitability on Earth and other worlds.

Science News Jul 23 2021 - 06:43

Researchers at (NC State) and the University of Kansas have shown that soil microbes—microscopic organisms like viruses, bacteria, and fungi found

Lab Manager Jul 22 2021 - 13:48

Studies of extreme ecosystems on Earth can guide the search for Martian life and may reveal the fundamental limits of biology

Scientific American Jul 21 2021 - 06:03

A news study shows soil microbes boost 'hybrid vigor,' a well-known phenomenon where crosses between inbred lines of corn and other crops

Science Daily Jul 20 2021 - 16:31

Pivot Bio makes fertilizer — but not directly.

TechCrunch Jul 20 2021 - 14:27

A new paper appearing the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences gives new detail and understanding to the cultivation of corn, one of the

Phys.org Jul 20 2021 - 13:04

Researchers at Marine Biological Laboratory reported one ingenious solution to this challenge in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of

Webindia 123 Jul 20 2021 - 08:45

Re-emerging from lockdown can feel fraught with danger, especially for people with a history of anxiety

The Guardian Jul 20 2021 - 04:39

What a hungry marine microbe to do when the pickings are slim It must capture nutrients- nitrogen phosphorus or iron - to survive yet in vast expan

Big News Network.com Jul 19 2021 - 20:31

Researchers at the RIKEN Center for Integrative Medical Sciences (IMS) have discovered that acetate, a major metabolite produced by some intestinal

Medical Xpress Jul 19 2021 - 08:11

A farmer pours Pivot Bio microbes for corn into a tank that applies the microbes to the soil as seeds are planted, in Boone, Iowa, U.S., April 22,

Reuters Jul 19 2021 - 06:45

The science behind the idea of restoring the intestinal microbiome to an ancestral state is shaky, skeptics say, and in some cases unethical.

New York Times Jul 19 2021 - 05:57

Scientists are eager to look for any form of life on the surface of Mars.

SlashGear Jul 19 2021 - 02:42

A startup born in the lab of University of California, Berkeley, is aiming to replace synthetic fertilizers that contribute to greenhouse gases and

Reuters on MSN.com Jul 19 2021 - 02:00

Our environment is full of DNA molecules.

Labroots Jul 18 2021 - 15:58

An unknown methane-producing process is likely at work in the hidden ocean beneath the icy shell of Saturn's moon Enceladus, suggests a new st

Science 2.0 Jul 16 2021 - 09:38

A team of international researchers, led by the University of Bologna, has discovered the fossilized remains of methane-feeding microbes that lived

Forbes Jul 16 2021 - 06:00

Unusual stretches of DNA in microbes are the largest ever elements of genetic material found to move between organisms.

New Scientist Jul 15 2021 - 10:36

Something just a few dozen kilometres from NASA’s Curiosity rover seems to be generating methane – a finding with potential implications in the con

New Scientist Jul 15 2021 - 05:15

Microbes living within the sabkhas (salt flats) in Qatar have been discovered to contribute to the formation of minerals significantly, and sedimen

The Peninsula Jul 14 2021 - 22:54

A team of international researchers, led by the University of Bologna, has discovered the fossilised remains of methane-cycling microbes that lived

RealClearScience Jul 14 2021 - 21:59

Newly discovered microfossils some 3.42 billion years old are the oldest evidence yet of a particular type of methane-cycling microbe life – and th

ScienceAlert on MSN.com Jul 14 2021 - 19:40

Most bacteria in the gut microbiome are heritable, says a new study.

The Week Jul 14 2021 - 18:53

A team of international researchers, led by the University of Bologna, has discovered the fossilized remains of methane-cycling microbes that lived

SciTech Daily Jul 14 2021 - 11:00

A team of international researchers, led by the University of Bologna, has discovered the fossilized remains of methane-cycling microbes that lived

Phys.org Jul 14 2021 - 11:00

The Earth contains about one trillion species of microbes—only about one-tenth of which have been identified.

Phys.org Jul 14 2021 - 09:26

An international team led by researchers from Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology (QIBEBT) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences

EurekAlert! Jul 13 2021 - 21:00

Our plastic waste is piling up in oceans and landfills. A meat industry by-product could be a simple, efficient solution.

Popular Science Jul 13 2021 - 09:00

The emphasis is on learning about gut microbes — and being kind to them. In Lulu’s dream, all talk is in rhyme, not just some of the time.

Chico Enterprise-Record Jul 13 2021 - 03:31

Phosphine gas in Venus' upper atmosphere was announced in September 2020, but according to scientists at Cornell University in New York state,

Daily Mail Jul 12 2021 - 12:00

Young children can soon learn more about protecting themselves and others from illnesses with the launch of a new science kit in certain schools.

The New Zealand Herald Jul 9 2021 - 01:00

A new study involving University of Delaware Assistant Professor Sunita Shah Walter shows that microbes living in the subseafloor may have a surpri

University of Delaware Jul 8 2021 - 13:17

Researchers speculate the methane could be produced by something similar to Earthly methanogenic microbes that consume hydrogen and carbon and burp

Smithsonian Magazine Jul 8 2021 - 13:14

The results of this study suggest that gut microbes may secrete small-molecule metabolites that potentially have unexpected regulatory functions in

Science | AAAS Jul 8 2021 - 11:29

Researchers from The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center found specific intestinal microbiota signatures correlate with high-grade advers

Medical Xpress Jul 8 2021 - 08:00

"Equal pay for equal work," a motto touted by many people, turns out to be relevant to the plant world as well.

Phys.org Jul 7 2021 - 12:03

It could be the result of a process called methanogenesis – the formation of methane by microbes known as methanogens, they say.

Daily Mail Jul 7 2021 - 05:52

Combining economics, psychology and studies of fertilizer application, researchers find that plants nearly follow an "equal pay for equal work

Armed robbery in Revesby Jul 7 2021 - 05:00

While research has uncovered an important tool, many different strategies would be needed to deal with our plastic problem, one expert says.

Stuff.co.nz Jul 6 2021 - 10:00

New research from SAHMRI and Flinders University has shown myelosuppressive chemotherapy destabilises gut microbiome in patients with solid organ c

Medical Xpress Jul 6 2021 - 06:59